Oddly Enough Blog

Welcome to Beer Cave, guys!

April 6, 2009

About 400,000 people die exploring caves each year. This is a very rough estimate off the top of my head, but you get the idea.

As cosy as a high school gym?

April 6, 2009

“Welcome to our castle, President and Mrs. Obama. This is the living room, where we like to chill.”

The roadkill family vacation scrapbook!

April 5, 2009

Sorry to get serious for a moment readers, but… Death. Our inevitable fate.

There’s just something about death that makes us as human beings want to stand in front of it and get our fricking picture snapped.

Think these hot TV lights will hurt the ice?

March 21, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m a real sports nut. Are there any new shows I should be watching?

Absolutely. There is a mid-season replacement sports show, since the televised World Russian Roulette Championships ended so abruptly last week.

Another busload of yokels, Santino!

March 11, 2009

Blog Guy, are humans the only animals capable of abstract planning?

I get that question a lot. Watch this stunning video report about Santino, a chimp who plans for feelings he knows will exist in the future.

You put your handcuffs on, you take your handcuffs off…

March 9, 2009

Some of you have asked me about that new program down there in Mexico, where nightclubs are being operated by federal government police.

Flap faster, honey!

March 2, 2009

Blog Guy, you give great travel advice, and I need some. I just bought tickets on a budget Tibetan airline. They were very cheap, and now I’m wondering what to expect in the way of quality.

You did WHAT in the overhead bin?

February 27, 2009

After paying for their aisle seat, blanket, food and a cocktail, air travelers may need to set aside a little cash for… well, you know…

Do you validate, Mr. le Bon?

February 13, 2009

Blog Guy, I’ve had it with the U.S. economy. Do you know some other currency I could convert my savings to?

I’ll have more of those chewy round things!

February 11, 2009

Blog Guy, I was recently in Bolivia, at a little restaurant on the outskirts of La Paz, and I had a WONDERFUL soup called “caldo de cardan.” ! really felt great afterwards and it even cured my hangover!